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Suspended  Ceilings

Ceiling Tile System-

Ceiling tiles and ceiling products are typically manufactured from mineral fibre, glass fibre, plaster, plasterboard or metal and come with a range of installation options too. Whether you require a lay in grid suspended ceiling or a concealed ceiling, our friendly and knowledgeable staff are on hand to help you, give you advice where needed and of course would be happy to assist you in your choices.


Suspended Ceiling Flexibility

  • Fast installation
  • No need for time consuming building work
  • Cost effective
  • Sound proofing qualities
  • Flexible design and colour options


Suspended Ceilings – Fire Protection

According to  Building Regulations, It must have inherent fire resistance to specified levels. A suspended ceiling can form part of a building’s fire protection and therefore must be correctly specified, designed and installed to the manufacturer’s requirements.

Suspended Ceilings – Thermal Insulation

Specifying a ceiling tile and / or adding a mineral wool quilt overlay can significantly reduce the thermal energy loss of a building.

Suspended Ceilings:

Complete suspended ceiling system for use in all types of public or private buildings whether new build or refurbishment, commercial or industrial, tile matching or replacement tiles.

The range provides aesthetic and performance options for health and educational buildings, hotels, entertainment and leisure. This includes offices and every type of retail outlet in the high street or shopping centre. Our range with its wide variety of special product characteristics extends to industrial premises and factories.

The most popular layin grid tile from Armstrong is Tatra or Cortega, Fine Fissured also provides a good basic design for an economic suspended ceiling. Armstrong also produce a mid-range ceiling tile such as Dune and Dune Max both available in square edge and tegular edge finishes for 24mm white or 15mm white ceiling grid. More expensive tiles are available which provide increase acoustic tiles from the Sonar and Ultima range, again available in square or tegular edge detail for 24mm or 15mm white ceiling grid.

Ecophon produce insulated suspended ceiling tiles and most popular is Advantage A ceiling tile which has a square edge, the same tile is produced as Advantage E, which is a tegular, or rebated edge tile. Ecophon Focus ceiling tiles are available in different formats to be fitted within the ceiling grid, allowing a more flexible design and edge details together with excellent acoustic properties. Ecophon Solo are designed to be installed without a ceiling grid as floating rafts to provide acoustic properties within large spaces.

Rockfon ceiling tiles are also an insulated ceiling tile with a good basic range providing acoustic and moisture resistant properties starting with the Rockfon Arctic ceiling tile available in both square and tegular edge detail to suit 24mm grid and 15mm grid. Rockfon also produce a medi care tile for use in hospital and medical environments, together with hygienic and hygienic plus ceiling tiles for kitchen environments.

British gypsum offer a range of layin grid ceiling tiles manufactured from gypsum based materials, the most popular being satin spar which is a vinyl faced wipeable ceiling tile popular for washrooms and kitchens. Acoustic suspended ceiling tiles available from British Gypsum are Gyptone tiles and planks which have a perforated finish and available either as a 600x600 square ceiling tile or as a 1800x300 ceiling plank. 

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